Big name QB on the market and other news

The biggest college football grad transfer news of the day is Joe Burrow finally announcing his intention to take a graduate transfer. The Ohio State quarterback has been rumored to be on the move for months, and now it's official. Stay tuned to see where he ends up.

Also, Blake Barnett, a quarterback, is taking a grad transfer from Arizona State to South Florida.

Finally, Brandon Kennedy, an offensive lineman, is taking a grad transfer from Alabama.

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FCS players move to FBS and other transfer news

A couple of new commits to report in the college football world.

Landon Stratton, a punter, is taking a graduate transfer from Murray State to Georgia. Stratton was originally on the "Other Grad Transfer" list, having previously pledged to Houston Baptist.

John Austin Cook, an offensive lineman, is taking his grad transfer from Central Arkansas to South Alabama. Cook was an All-American in FCS, and he's taking his last year of eligibility to match up against FBS competition.

Also, Tre Watson, a running back, announced his graduate transfer to Texas yesterday. He'll join the Longhorns after graduating from California.

Additionally, Demarcus Felton, a running back, plans to take a grad transfer from Texas Tech.

Plenty of football transfer activity

As the semester draws to a close and post-spring depth charts come out, we're seeing a spike in college football grad transfers.

Nick Harvey is now on the committed graduate transfer list. He's a defensive back and is leaving Texas A&M for South Carolina.

New to the Other Grad Transfers list is Matt Shiel, a punter who is taking a grad transfer to Mercer. He's a particularly interesting graduate transfer because he started his career at Mercer, transferred home to Australia, and is coming back for grad school where he started. This counts as a grad transfer because his eligibility clock started during his first stint on campus.

Three other players announced their intent to take grad transfers today:

Jalen Williams, Linebacker, Pittsburgh

Dennis Edwards, Offensive Lineman, Western Kentucky

Andrew Mike, Offensive Lineman, Florida

Football updates include former basketball player

The latest college football grad transfer news includes the rare athlete who is switching sports.

Ahmad Wagner, formerly a forward for the Iowa college basketball team, is taking a grad transfer to play tight end at Kentucky, Read more about his change in sports here.

Other committed graduate transfers added to the list are:

Danny Sutton, punter, Maryland to New Mexico

Tony Lashley, linebacker, Idaho to Boise State

Additionally, Dallas Warmack, an offensive lineman from Alabama, is now on the potential grad transfer list.

Updates to the Potential Transfer List

Caleb Eagans reached out to us directly to let us know he's seeking a graduate transfer to play college football. He hasn't played college football since the 2014 season, but he had a successful career running track for Texas A&M. Those skills are sure to translate. Read the story on Caleb - he's had a difficult path, but looks like a natural athlete. He aims to play wide receiver and return kicks, and he told us he has two years of eligibility remaining.

Also, Toriano Roundtree is taking a grad transfer from Louisville. He's an offensive lineman who saw time as a role player over the last two seasons. He's already taking visits, so we may know more about where he ends up soon.

Arizona State picks up another grad transfer lineman

Roy Hemsley, an reserve offensive lineman from Southern California, is taking his graduate transfer to Arizona State. Hemsley was an important rotation player for the Trojans last season, appearing in all 14 games at multiple positions. He has two years of college football remaining, having graduated in three years.

This is Arizona State's second offensive line grad transfer from within the Pac 12 this off season, after Casey Tucker committed from Stanford earlier in the cycle.

A busy day for offensive linemen

Three committed grad transfers today, all three from the trenches.

Casey Tucker, an offensive lineman from Stanford, will play his college football at Arizona State next season. He's an Arizona native who redshirted last season after appearing in 27 games over three seasons for the Cardinal. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Junior Diaz, a lineman formerly of Tulane, is taking his graduate transfer to Florida Atlantic. Diaz was a starter at Tulane for three seasons, but is returning to his region in Florida for his redshirt senior year. Diaz is expected to step in to a starting role on the Owls' line.

And finally, Joe Brown is taking a grad transfer from BYU to West Virginia. He's eligible for at least one season, and the coaching staff indicates they'll try to get him a second year of eligibility. He's being joined by his younger brother, who is also an offensive lineman.

Two more grad transfers on the board

Brayden Dickey, a wide receiver, is leaving Washington after four years. He appeared in 40 games as a Husky, catching 42 passes in that time. He's set to graduate in March, so he'll likely enroll at his new school in the summer.

Kevin Feder, a behemoth of an offensive lineman, is taking his grad transfer from Ohio State. Feder (who measures at 6'9"), has only made one appearance in his injury-plagued career for the Buckeyes. He's graduate this spring, and because he's only used two years of eligibility, he'll have two years to play college football at some place else